Shoppers Enjoy Bazaar Weekend

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Shoppers Enjoy Bazaar Weekend

It's Christmas Bazaar time as shoppers head out to check out the sales on craft items and Christmas goodies. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott braved the shopping frenzy and brings us this story.

It's that time of year. Christmas Bazaar time is hitting full stride as people start thinking about the upcoming holidays and the decorating and gift buying that goes with them.

Driving by the Sheridan Wesleyan Church found the parking lot full and the MOP's, Mothers of Preschoolers, 2nd annual Festive Fall Bazaar was in full swing.

Coordinator Misty Rios tells us what MOPS was all about.

A mother's work is never done nor is it easy.

It's okay to be vulnerable.

Next stop...The Holy Name Parish Hall for the Monastery Creations Bazaar. The Benedictine Sisters were on hand selling their goodies all to support the upkeep of their monastery outside of Dayton. Sister Gladys explains.

She was pleased with the turn out.

One of only three monastery's across the nation, the nuns live on 38 acres of solitude.

Heading on over to the “Shall We Dance Ballroom” building on Tschirgi, across from St. Peter's, was the 'Give With Impact Holiday Market,' which different companies from around the world that are making an impact in people's lives. Emily Betzler...

She explains.

Fun gift ideas, good food, great causes, seems like that's what the holiday season is all about.

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